CICbeyond Wellbeing Challenge


The purpose of The CICbeyond Wellbeing Challenge is to encourage students from across Australia to generate ideas to enhance the wellbeing of their school community.

The CICbeyond Wellbeing Challenge is being run by Crazy Ideas College (CIC) and Suggest it with the support of Swisse and One in Five (our Partners).

The partners of the CICbeyond Wellbeing Challenge include CIC, Suggest it, One in Five and Swisse.

The ideas will be showcased in a national campaign and on Partners will also be showcasing ideas and stories through their networks.

Six of the best ideas will be scaled up, so they can be introduced in more schools and more locations, with the support of CIC, Suggest it and partners.

Any questions or comments regarding the competition should be directed to:

These terms and conditions should be read in conjunctions with the Privacy Policy and Website Terms of Use of Suggest it.


Entry is open to any school in Australia for students who are in years five to nine. Ideas will be submitted by students through the Suggest it platform.

Student entrants must provide their school’s name and first name only. We will not be collecting any data which includes student emails or surnames.

Student first names and school names will be posted on and used in other communications activity (unless notified otherwise).

CIC and Suggest it reserves the right, at any time, to verify the eligibility of an Entrant and to disqualify any entrant that does not meet the Eligibility Criteria.

A School’s entry into the challenge constitutes acceptance of these terms and conditions, on behalf of participants (their students).

Entries not completed in accordance with these Terms and Conditions will be rejected and any late, incomplete, indecipherable, or illegible entries will be deemed invalid. Entries will be deemed accepted at the time of receipt by Suggest it and not at the time of transmission.

Winner selection

Ideas received during the promotional period will be judged by a panel consisting of representatives from One in Five, Swisse, Suggest it, CIC, and more.

For ideas to be considered, they must be positive or constructive.

The judging panel will use a judging matrix that considers creativity, school impact, and student impact.

The winners will be notified via email, and/or telephone by Suggest it or CIC. This will be via the leading teacher from the school (not the students).

The six winning entrants will be announced in Term 1, 2022.


In line with the information above (see Eligibility), student surnames and emails will not be collected or shared.

All partners of the CICbeyond Wellbeing Challenge will have access to the year level of students, corresponding to each idea, along with schools and first names. This information provides insight age correlated priorities. This also applies to any external communications and media opportunities that acknowledge and celebrate the stories and ideas generated through the CICbeyond Wellbeing Challenge.

While we want to ensure that all participants efforts are suitably acknowledged, but will not make their personal information publicly accessible beyond first names and schools (unless permitted otherwise on an individual basis).


Six of the best ideas will be scaled up, so that they can be introduced in more schools and more locations, with the support of CIC, Suggest it and partners.

The panel’s decision is final, and no correspondence will be entered into.

Limitation of Liability

CIC and Suggest it will not be liable for any loss or damage whatsoever resulting from incorrect details lodged by Entrants.

To the extent permitted by law, CIC and Suggest it (and their respective officers, contractors, employees, agents, and representatives) will not be liable for any personal injury, loss (including loss of opportunity), damage (including, but not limited to, direct, indirect or consequential loss), cost, expense or claim arising from or in relation to the Challenge or taking any prize.

Terms & Conditions.